The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1931 · Page 9
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March 31, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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Come in TODAY. vii.i'anr.. . uict .a a ditt.uL ing quality that has caused com- merd, % sjncj ,she..,fjrst,_discoyered_its SHOE Smartness We are holding an Easter Style Show of Beautiful Shoes REPTILES PUTTY BEIGE KID SEASAND KID TAN AND WHITE BLUE BLACK Fifty New Styles at ;MUSIC co. 3XPERT SERVICE ON ALL RADIOS team which T BEAUTIFUL EASTER SHOES . . . '1'hti LATEST MODES . . . THE SMARTEST MATERIALS . . . THE FINEST QUALITY t LINKED WITH AN INCOMPARABLE MEASURE OF VALUE. 106 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. H " J. Whttfleld of Des Molnea spent Tuesday In Mason City. 1 ' * *- * , ' Mr and Mrs. Chris Thompson of Mitchell and Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Johl of" Oaage Have returned to their homes -after visiting at the Roy Hughea residence, 403 Madison avenue northwest. * « · * Miss Sara Briar of Clear Lake /is planning to Spend the coming week-end with her cousin, Miss Wanda Briar, 226 Seventh street northeast, - ^ * * Miss Virginia Kaye, Miss Betty Boylo, and Miss Ruth Barclay are expdcted home Wednesday from the University of Iowa and will spend the Easter holidays in Mason City. Thay were all initiated into PI Beta Phi sorority Monday. * * * ' Harold Sheid, student at the University of Iowa, will be in Mason City thld weftk tb spend the spring vacation at his home, 330 Pennsylvania avehue southeast. * * » Mias Gretchen Meyer, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, and Mlsa Mary Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gould, will arrive Wednesday evenlngr from the University of Iowa to spend the spring holidays in Mason City. » » * David Holman returned Monday to Iowa City after visiting witli his parents, Dr, and Mrs. H. ,r. Holman, 615 Second street northeast. He was accompanied by Don Pessler, a student of Grinnell college, who has recently returned from China where he has been teaching English for this last two years. Children Must Learn Certain Decisions .of Parents Are Conclusive By ALICE JUDSON PBA1.E There are certain types of decisions and commands from which the child must learn at the very outset that there is no appeal, the bhly possible answer belngf complete, and at times instantaneous, obedience. In all matters that relate to bis health and safety, the child should learn to accept without question his mother's judgment. What clothes he should wear, what foods he may or may not eat, what medicines he must take, when to cross the street, what time to go to bed -- all these are matters in which the child's judgment should be permitted to play no part. True, he can be helped to a willing obedience- thru a simple explanation and thru the fact that he has hact rearion to feel complete confidence in those who command him. But argument about such matters is worse than useless. Once the habit of argument has been established, It consumes hours j _O^_.;i;iJ|t,.U.rt^A._ , t ,.. Vi| ^Lcr C OME and sec thia newest electric refrigerator -- entirely different from all previous types--designed and built on advanced engineering principles--the most highly simplified electric refrigerator ever produced. ' Now you can have tho tremendous every-day convenience of electric refrigeration entirely free from the old-fashioned .service problems. Here's an operating unit so simplified that it requires fewer moving parts, fewer chances for friction andwenr. It'sherrnetio ally sealed under 20,000 Ibs. pressure to eliminate kitchen repairs and replacement of parts. The Scrvel Hermetic gives you "core-free" refrigeration, for fewer cents a day--uses less electric current. The beautiful new Scrvel cabinets are graceful--require less floor space. Yet they give you more, usable shelf space than others. Stop at the Servcl Hermetic display. A. complete range of eizea at irresistible prices-Every Servel Hermetic is backed by a sweeping factory gu ar an tee protecting you from the bother and expense of old fashioned service. Place your ordernowfor promp t installation. \ TMi phcmTom vl*w ihovrc Ihe h i g h l y « l m p l l f l « t , moled refrigerating u n i t of IKe.naw Sorrel HermalCc. afterward Ehild with Hag :he guards vl .·ty, carrying arrived at the dj not recognize s rmed by the bnj uitted Haggertj "unmolested. nus arrested here 1 ihorities who seize narcotics shipped COVERED HE! Time Policen ". Same "Hot" Coup From St. Paul lame car came back bu --manage to squeeze thru ty even the second time, icers of the police departm d a Chevrolet coupe witl- i'ar look about 1 o'clock Ti 'morning and thinking the i ; c was "hot" stopped its or its for investigation. Te iantle and Vernon Wagner, I , St Paul, were arrested and . t t e d to theft of the car at ' But the car had a familiar ; policemen because they pi le same machine up Jan. 25 v c was stolen from St. Paul once fore The automobile was retu to St. Paul at that time and driver apprehended here was died according to law and was able to accompany the car o; | second trip to Mason City. Now Schantle and Wagner Being held for St. Paul auttjort and the car, twice stolen from! Paul and twice recovered by 1] police, will again be returned t(j t Jt 215 NORTH r imkmg the ·n WmseH; leav- nt of vast public n;,, ,..^,.. to keep their st| cars out of Mason City if they d want them taken away from t because we have men in the ue) liere who can tell a ho i wouldn t own licci Tuesday

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